CLDDS remains OPEN and dedicated to current clients and accepting new clients. Please contact us at 732.797.1600 to speak to a live person and schedule a virtual conference or new client consultation TODAY.
CLDDS’s Response to COVID-19

Submit a Payment

Super Storm Sandy Answers to Questions Regarding Property Assessments

December 20, 2012

Q: My property was damaged by Super Storm Sandy on October 29, 2012, may I get a reduction in my assessment for my 2012 taxes because of the damage.

A: No, the assessing date for 2012 taxes was October 1, 2011 and your assessment and taxes are effective as of January 1, 2012.

Q: I spoke to an official about the damage to my property as a result of Super Storm Sandy and they told me my property would be reassessed. Why then do I need to fill out the forms provided in this mailing?

A: You must file a written notice to your municipalities tax assessor with the damages to your property or your property may be missed or overlooked.  You can lose the right to appeal for Sandy related damages if you do not file a written notice.

More questions and answers can be found on our website.

[contact-form-7 404 "Not Found"]
Contact Carluccio, Leone, Dimon, Doyle & Sacks, LLC

Please fill out the form below and one of our attorneys will be in touch with you soon.

    Name *

    First


    Last

    Phone *

    Email *

    City
    State
    Your Message *

    X
    CONTACT US tracking